Given how important computers are in running a modern business, it’s imperative you have a full picture of your current infrastructure to derive insights into factors like overall functionality, performance, and security. The biggest challenge lies in the fact that underlying infrastructures are vastly more complicated than they used to be.
Getting your onboarding process for new employees right can make the difference between success and failure for your business. As with any organization, your employees are the backbone of your operation, and ensuring that they’re equipped out of the gate to do the job you hired them for is essential.
Did you know that more than two-thirds of digital transformations fail? Alarming statistics like this have led some business leaders to steer away from innovation, instead settling for tried and tested solutions. Given the fast-moving hype cycle of modern technology, we can hardly blame them for being cautious.
Despite the gig economy being in full swing and mobile work now the new norm, many people have a harder time than ever trying to maintain optimal productivity. While technology has given us the means to work anywhere we want, as well as automate many tedious routine workflows, it has also brought countless distractions.
Technology has caused massive disruption in the legal sector, one of the oldest professional services of all. These transformative changes have introduced both risk and opportunity, and they’ve changed many facets of the industry beyond recognition in recent years.
We’ve all heard laments about hospital staff being overworked while healthcare providers struggle to combat the shortage of professional employees. It’s a serious problem that doesn’t only affect employees and employers, but also patients themselves.
There’s never a dull moment in the world of cybercrime. Security breaches have risen by more than 67% over the past five years, and the trend shows no signs of slowing down. Across every industry, businesses of all sizes are prime targets of cybercriminals, state-sponsored attackers, ruthless competitors, and malicious insiders.
While it’s true that technology doesn’t always make us more productive or make a business more efficient, today’s law firms aren’t going to get very far without it. In a sector that many see as relatively slow to innovate, law firms are finding themselves under increasing pressure to modernize and, in doing so, better serve their clients.
Today, there’s no way to run a modern healthcare practice without the right blend of technology and process. At the same time, meeting the demands of compliance isn’t getting any easier, and the threats facing the sector are increasing all the time.
With small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) shifting more of their operations over to the cloud, there’s an increasing need for cloud-based disaster recovery to protect their applications and data in the event of an incident. Yet many companies, despite making heavy investments in cloud technologies, have yet to build an affordable and dependable solution for keeping their assets safe.